Showing posts from February 19, 2012
Lahiri in commanding position at SAIL-SBI Open
Bhullar, Gulfam in tied fourth

New Delhi, February 24, 2012:India’s Anirban Lahiri enjoys a commanding three-stroke lead at the SAIL-SBI Open 2012 being played at the Delhi Golf Club (DGC). Lahiri posted a five under 67 in the third round on Friday to take his total to 15 under 201. Australia’s Scott Barr began to pile on the pressure on the Indian leader when he returned with his best score of 65 to take a share of second place alongside Thailand’s Prom Meesawat on 204.
India’s Gaganjeet Bhullar and Gulfam signed for matching 207s to take tied-fourth at the US$300,000 full field Asian Tour event.
Lahiri (65-69-67), who started in the front-nine, opened with a birdie but dropped a shot on the par-four second.
The 24-year-old then responded with two further birdies on the third and fourth holes before adding another on the ninth hole to turn in 33.
Lahiri seemed to be surging ahead after carding another three birdies in five holes aft…
Escalating Sustainable Agriculture & Appropriate Rural Technologies:To support farmers practicing Sustainable technologies and Organic farming in Punjab POLICY DIALOGUE On Escalating Sustainable Agriculture & Appropriate Rural Technologies: Convergence & Policy initiatives Jointly organized by KHETI VIRASAT MISSION & PUNJAB TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY Dr Rajneesh Arora Vice Chancellor, Punjab Technical University Shall be the Chief Guest Keynote address by Prof. Sukhpal Singh (Institute for Economic Growth, New Delhi) Special address by Dr. O P Rupela (Former Principal Scientist, ICRISAT, Hyderabad & Advisor UN-FAO) VENUE Gyani Zail Singh College of Engineering & Technology Bathinda On Monday, 27th February, 2012 All are cordially invited
Gillard calls Labor leadership ballot
The battle within Australia's ruling Labor party has escalated, with Prime Minister Julia Gillard on Thursday announcing a ballot for its leadership asking former leader Kevin Rudd to accept its outcome as final.

"I have decided that at 10:00am Monday (2300 GMT Sunday) a ballot for the Labor leadership will be conducted," Gillard told reporters. She said the squabbling within the party must cease for the sake of the nation. "Australians are rightly sick of this and they want it brought to an end," Gillard was quoted as saying by The Australian newspaper. Gillard said she "expects" to win but ruled out a future challenge if she lost, and asked Rudd to make a similar commitment. "If I do not receive the support of my colleagues I want to make it clear that I will go to the back bench and renounce any leadership ambitions... I anticipate that Kevin Rudd will be a contender in the leadership ballot and…
PRESS RELEASE Fourth Quarter & Full Year 2011 Results Core Net Income Increased 18% YoY for FYE2011 FYE2011 by the Numbers: Revenue: Malaysia       : RM4.47 Billion (up 13% YoY)Thailand         : THB15.87 Billion (up 33% YoY)Indonesia      : IDR3,705 Billion (up 34% YoY)Operating Profit: Malaysia       : RM1,199 Million (up 12% YoY)Thailand         : THB1,943 Million (up 5% YoY)Indonesia      : IDR149,654 Million (down 53% YoY)Core Net Income    Malaysia       : RM880.78 Million (up 18% YoY)Thailand         : THB1,908.69 Milion (up14% YoY)Indonesia      : IDR94,905 Million (down 61% YoY)Deposits, Bank and Cash Balances: Malaysia       : RM2,020 Million (up 34% YoY)Thailand         : THB1,211 Million (up 105% YoY)Indonesia      : IDR32,191 Million (down 20% YoY)Ancillary Income per Pax:Malaysia       : RM45 (up 2% YoY)Thailand         : THB383 (up 29% YoY)Indonesia      : IDR136,650 (up 11% YoY)Passengers:Malaysia       : 18.0 Million (up 12% YoY)Thailand         : 6.9 Million (up…
Instituto Cervantes Nueva Delhi 3 de marzo de 2012 / March 3rd, 2012
El Instituto Cervantes de Nueva Delhi, en colaboración con FECYT, Interprofesional del Aceite de Oliva y Foods and Wines from Spain, tiene el placer de invitarle al:
The Instituto Cervantes of New Delhi, in collaboration with FECYT, Olive Oil Professional Association and Foods and Wines from Spain, is pleased to invite to the: TALLER: “ACEITE DE OLIVA” (2 HR.) WORKSHOP: “OLIVE OIL” (2 HR.)

Sábado 3 de marzo a las 4:30pm Aula 5 Entrada gratuita Español con traducción simultánea al inglés

Saturday March 3at 4:30pmClassroom 5
Free admission
Spanishwithsimultaneous Englishtranslation

Sinopsis: El aceite de oliva, clasificado por la UNESCO como Patrimonio Inmaterial de la Humanidad en noviembre de 2010, es un ingrediente esencial de la dieta mediterránea y, según las últimas investigaciones, poseedor de beneficiosas propiedades para nuestra salud, tales como la prevención y lucha contra el cáncer de mama, entre otras enfermedade…

Stage for an exciting finish:Avantha Masters2012 .Round 3

Stage for an exciting finish; 15 players within three shots; Tough day for Indians Gurgaon, Feb 18: On an exciting third day, generally called the moving day, it was the dimunitive South Jbe Kruger who stood out with a fine six-under 66 that carried from overnight tied 16th to sole lead after three days in the Avantha Masters. He will take a one shot lead into the final round but a host of players will fancy their chances at DLF Golf & Country Club, where just three shots separating the top 15.

The South African looking for his maiden win had two eagles and two birdies in a round of 66, which left him 11-under, one stroke ahead of halfway leader Peter Whiteford, Germany’s Marcel Siem and France’s Jean Baptiste Gonnet. It was a tough day out there for the Indians, as each of the dozen who made the cut slid after the third round. Anirban Lahiri (72) was the top Indian in tied 20th, down from overnight seventh, while Shamim Khan (74), who was also seventh dropped to tied 31st. Also at t…